Savage Lane by Jason Starr audiobook

Savage Lane

By Jason Starr
Read by Mike Chamberlain

Tantor Audio
8.83 Hours 1
Format : Digital Download (In Stock)
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    ISBN: 9781494583385

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Karen Daily, recently divorced, lives with her two kids in a quaint suburb of New York City. She's teaching at a nearby elementary school, starting to date again, and for the first time in years has found joy in her life. Mark Berman, Karen's friend and neighbor, wants out of his unhappy marriage, and so does his wife, Deb, but they have been staying together for their kids. Unbeknownst to Karen, Mark has a rich fantasy life about her, which has grown into a full-blown obsession. As rumors about Karen spread and a bigger secret is uncovered, she becomes a murder suspect and the target of a twisted psychopath.

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Summary

Summary

Karen Daily, recently divorced, lives with her two kids in a quaint suburb of New York City. She's teaching at a nearby elementary school, starting to date again, and for the first time in years has found joy in her life.

Mark Berman, Karen's friend and neighbor, wants out of his unhappy marriage, and so does his wife, Deb, but they have been staying together for their kids. Unbeknownst to Karen, Mark has a rich fantasy life about her, which has grown into a full-blown obsession. As rumors about Karen spread and a bigger secret is uncovered, she becomes a murder suspect and the target of a twisted psychopath.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Savage Lane shows, in grand style, how twisted the hearts of All-American families can be, and how those picket white fences can be dangerously sharp. Megan Abbott, author of Dare Me

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Author

Author Bio: Jason Starr

Author Bio: Jason Starr

Jason Starr has earned rave reviews for his work from publications ranging from the New York Times to Entertainment Weekly, which compared him to Jim Thompson and James M. Cain. In 2004 he received the Barry Award for his novel Tough Luck, and in 2005 he won the Anthony Award for Twisted City.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Thrillers
Runtime: 8.83
Audience: Adult
Language: English